25 thoughts on “Tropical Fruit Orchard Tour || South Florida || Fall 2018

    Ken Tichy

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Your mamey plants are a bit yellow. Are you spraying it with magnesium sulfate? You can buy it at Walmart (for feet soaking). Mix some of the salt in water (not a lot) and spray the leaves on the trees. They will get greener if you properly fertilize it afterward.

    Joshua Ginsburg

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Where in Florida are you growing these? Been wondering where the best spot in Florida for growing tropical fruit trees is..

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    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

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    Pankaj Pyakurel

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Thank you for sharing.

    dlhvac1

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    You need to feed that key lime with liquid fish emulsion I have one that size with 150 key limes on it.its not the wind you need to put Epsom salt in a gallon of water and a little NPK fertilizer. You need to mulch around the tree as big as the canopy it should be mulched every tree should be fed at least three times a year

    Najib Habibie

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Your soursop is already to produce fruit. You must polinate the flower. You must collect the the pollen from the flower that the sepal was drop off into small bottle or flask in early morning. And than pollinate by wiping the pollen into pistillum by small brush. Choose the yellow flower and the sepal was open but before drop off. The pistillum which ready to pollinate are mucous. Naturally this process is assist by ant. Because your location still windy, i think you better wrapping the yellow flower by plastic, so the pollen is not drop off by wind blow. You can use this pollen to pollinate the other flower. Soursoup is monoesist plant, but the pollen and pistillum not mature at the same time. The pistillum (female) are mature a day faster than pollen (male). So if its not pollinated by swipe the pollen from another flower, fruit can't produced.

    Etheric Zone 11:11

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Great collection, beautiful yard!

    Foodie

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Your geography location is perfect and yard is so BIG I am so jealous. Even more envious with all the great varieties you have planted. My favorites – sugar apples, soursop, sapote, papaya. I didn't see a longan, cempadek and jambu trees which are my top favorites next to sapotes.

    Smokeydabee Charles Coleman

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Cut the wind and increase you fruit by planting a passion vine on that fence. That Rasberry looks like you could take cutting from it too.Wow, June plum. Where are you located, I would love to try and grow them.I believe the spots on the papaya are just where bugs tried to eat through, should be fine.Unless you trim those limbs up higher, placing anything around the trunk is a waste of time.So much space, I'm jelly. Thank you for sharing. I hope you add more tropical plants. If it was me, i would mulch the entire yard,lol.

    Abraham Paulino

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    thank you for doing this to our environment. It will help a lot to save our mother earth. Godbless you. Please do continue what you are doing. May you inspire a lot of people.

    Moe Fanta

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    What do you fertilize with , lots of different fruits. I live in south Florida coral springs and I grow a lot of stuff too

    M. Karbaschi

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Where do you live?
    It is easier to grow from cutting than seed in case you have the mother plant.
    Also your plants show signs of deficiency (I think N or P or both). If plant has deficiency it is more prone to the pest an diseases.

    Basado en plantas

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Heey! You have a nice piece of land there to work with, looking forward to seeing all that lawn get transformed into a tropical food forest. I am also trying to grow my own food forest, it is in a Mediterranean climate but I am trying with a few subtropicals, I am documenting the progress in my channel if you want to check it out 🙂 (it is all in Spanish tho) haha.
    Anyways, good work, like and sub.

    Yaima Perez REALTOR

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Yay!!! I love the catalina variety!

    RagingHeartOn

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Try growing some Pakalolo, it's some good sh… herb

    sidney white

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Plant wind breaks, areca palm.

    My Name

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Citrus doesn't like woodchips as mulch

    Denniz Pablo

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Those are scales on the soursop…. hope for the best

    bryan rosado

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Don’t give up on the mango tree grown from seed. The fruit gets better as the tree matures.

    Alex Contreras

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Awesome work, really love how you are growing from seed you might get to develop your own cultivar

    Luisa Jones

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Hola! Bellísimos todos tus árboles! Yo sembré un soursop o guanábano este año. Estoy en Los Angeles zona 10. Ahora con el frío lo tengo protegido con un armazón cubierto de tela protectora del frío, pero igual a las hojas les están saliendo unas marchitas marrones. Tienes idea de que pueda ser ( será por el frío o las lluvias) . Comentaste sobre algo que le paso al tuyo, que fue ? Y como lo solucionaste. Gracias y que tus árboles den muchísima y riquísima fruta.

    David Mcnamara

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Thanks so much. We are you in fl curious as to what zone. A couple thoughts I am growing a lot of similar trees in Vero Beach. The avacado from seed will not likely produce I had one I cut down and planted grafted one. You have a lot of space so u might want to let it go a little longer. You should prune that guava and those mango trees. Also Haden is generally considered inferior mango but I love all mangos I have two grafted mameys that are doing great. Make sure you fertilize regularly. I like to use seaweed as mulch. Also at lows they sell a cheap compost that is half manure and wood chips Mamey from seed will take about ten years

    SuckRat RC Club

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    You are doing everything right with your videos and I hope you have more subscribers soon. Thank you for the useful plant info 👍

    FortMyers FruitForest

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Nice fruit Orchard

    Green Dream Project

    (June 3, 2019 - 3:49 pm)

    Hello, Melanie! New sub here.😃 I like what you're doing out there.👍 Any plans on putting in support species?

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